Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation Grant Cycle
The 2017 Grant Cycle is NOW CLOSED! Thank you to all the Research Applicants who submitted for this year’s Grant Cycle Recipients. The 2018 Grant Cycle will open January 1, 2018.
Grant Information & Procedures
We are unique in our approach to funding childhood cancer research — working directly with doctors, researchers, and nurses to identify the specific challenges they face in bringing new treatments to and caring for children with cancer. Our careful distribution of grants has allowed doctors and nurses to speed up the process of bringing the latest and most promising life saving treatments to seriously ill children. The result is bringing hope to childhood cancer patients now and in the future.
PCRF is an equal opportunity organization. No one is excluded from employment, membership on its governing body, or research support because of race, religion, sex, national origin, age or physical handicap.
Scientific peer review is conducted by PCRF’s Scientific Review Committee which is made up of doctors identified by Castle Connolly Medical Ltd., America’s Trusted Source for Identifying Top Doctors.
No infrastructure or support services will be funded.
The Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation awards four types of grants: Emerging Investigator Fellowship Grants, Translational Research Grants, Basic Science Grants and Designated Grant Programs.
After reviewing the Grant Levels, Grant Procedures, and Funding Process, grants are electronically submitted to our Executive Director. While our cycle is now officially closed for 2017, any questions regarding the process or procedures may be posed to our Executive Director, Jeri Wilson, at firstname.lastname@example.org.